At the PARK Theatre

Last chance to see ★★★★ DENY DENY DENY



With just 7 performances left of the gripping, poignant new drama Deny Deny Deny, book today and join the passionate debate around ethics in sport. Must close 3 Dec.

“Maitland’s tangy, riveting new play… as entertaining as it is thought-provoking”
★★★★ WhatsOnStage

“Utterly riveting”
The Spectator

“Thought provoking, entertaining and timely”
★★★★ LondonTheatre1

“A gripping Faustian tale of Olympic doping”
Daily Telegraph

“Brilliant design by Polly Sullivan… Maitland can tackle headline stories in a style that is very much his own.”
A Younger Theatre

“The performers [are] excellent”
The Upcoming

“Shows that there is no such thing as a level playing field in sport”
The Guardian

“Brilliant new play”
★★★★ TheatreBubble
An extraordinary and revealing exposé of what it takes to be a champion. A tale of ambition, love, revenge, jealousy and 21st century science, based on two years of research by Jonathan Maitland.

Check out the trailer here.

Audience tweets for Deny Deny Deny…

Still gripped after watching @_DenyDenyDeny – I can’t recommend it enough esp for athletes. Equally thought provoking panel discussion. @_DenyDenyDeny by @JonnyMaitland at @ParkTheatre – a dark and compelling play about #doping (and much more). DENY, DENY, DENY. An excellent play with only one week left. Catch it while you can. @ParkTheatre @_DenyDenyDeny

Great seats available from just £20


On stage until 3 Dec

Last chance to see SAVING JASON: ‘A comedy that packs a punch’

Saving Jason


We’ve all been to those awkward family gatherings from time to time… and Jason’s family are certainly keeping up the tradition in this darkly comic new play that has just 7 performances remaining in Park90.

Jason and the fam will be moving out on 3 Dec – so be sure to pay them a visit this week.

“A comedy that packs a punch and keeps the audience in stitches throughout.” 
★★★★ The Upcoming

“An intimate and heartfelt play with strong performances… Hilarious.”
★★★★ MyTheatreMates

“An incredible new play… Outrageously hilarious… Not to be missed!”

“Jacques Miche is tremendous as Jason”
Libby Purves, TheatreCat

“Strong performances to enjoy”
★★★★ LoveLondonLoveCulture

“Darkly funny, thought provoking and shockingly current”
Stage Review

An addictive and hysterical new comedy about your typical dysfunctional family by two-time Olivier nominated playwright Peter Quilter (End of The Rainbow and Glorious!)


On stage until 3 Dec

What else is happening…

C.S. Lewis The Screwtape Letters

C.S. Lewis The Screwtape Letters [PARK200]

8 Dec – 7 Jan I Tickets from £18.50 I Group & Family rates available

Secure your seats for Park Theatre’s wickedly witty winter offering. Playing this festive season C.S. Lewis The Screwtape Letters is unlike any other show in London this Christmas! Along with The Chronicles of Narnia (including The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe), The Screwtape Lettersremains one of Lewis’ most popular works.

See what audiences think in this trailer.



8 Dec – 7 Jan I Tickets from £14.50

Christmas is a time for LUVing and giving – so what better way to warm your heart this festive season than with tickets to this delightful and infectious comedy. With laugh out loud moments and physical comedy LUV is a real winter treat.

Buckland Theatre company return to Park90 following the hugely successful run of Some Girls earlier this year.

So what is LUV all about? Click here to watch the trailer.

From our friends…

It Is Easy to Be Dead

Trafalgar Studio 2
Until 3 Dec

“A magnificent tribute to a fiery spirit”
★★★★★ The Guardian

When twenty year old Charles Sorley is killed in action during the First World War, his devastated parents are left with only his letters and poems to remember him by. Using his extraordinary writings, together with music and songs of the period, It Is Easy To Be Dead is a tender portrait of a brief life filled with promise, cut short by the futility of war.

Bush Theatre 2017 Season

Bush Theatre
April-Nov 2017

Bush Theatre’s 2017 Season of six plays in their redeveloped venue has been announced. It opens with Guards at the Taj (7 Apr – 20 May) followed by While We’re Here (26 Apr – 27 May). Taylor Mac challenges domestic patriarchy with Hir(15 Jun – 22 Jul). Nassim Soleimanpour is on stage with self-titled Nassim (24 – 29 Jul). Sophie Wu brings us Ramona Tells Jim (20 Sep – 21 Oct) and Chris Thompson’s Of Kith and Kinconcludes (18 Oct – 25 Nov).

Bucket List

Bucket List

Battersea Arts Centre
13 Feb-4 Mar

Multi award-winning Theate Ad Infinitum present the powerful story of one Mexican woman’s fight for justice. When her mother is murdered for protesting corporate and governmental corruption, Milagros finds herself with only a bloodstained list of those responsible. Determined to make them pay, she embarks on a passionate quest for justice, no matter the cost. A story about love, loss and revenge, told with physical storytelling, live instrumental music and song.


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